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            Class of 1966
            Berry Academy,   Mt Berry, GA
            Berry Academy,   Mt Berry, GA
            This site is not affiliated with or sanctioned by Berry College. All opinions on this site are solely those of the webmaster.
            Welcome全民双色球19年最新版下载 To Memory Lane
            It's like a ride down the Stretch!
            What Do You
            About Berry?
            Dr. Jerry C. Davis
            Dr. Jerry C. Davis
            Class of 1961
            Dr. Jerry Davis is a 1961 graduate of the
            Mount Berry School for Boys. His
            personal story of the struggle to find his
            way in life is an incredible and
            heartwarming one. A small portion of his
            search for God’s plan for him is
            recounted in the article
             "On the Right
            Path"  which appeared in the February
            2004 edition of  
            Guideposts  magazine.
            With special permission from  
            Guideposts we are able to reprint and
            publish this inspiring article about one of
            our Berry brothers. From teenage
            runaway to broke and 全民双色球19年最新版下载less to
            college president, it is an amazing
            journey. Today, Dr. Jerry Davis is
            President of College of the Ozarks in
            Point Lookout, MO.  
            Click here to read the
            On the Right Path
            The Unofficial Website of
            Berry Academy
            and the
            Mount Berry School for Boys
            Mount Berry, GA
            Frost Chapel at Berry Academy
            In the Spring of 2007, a group of Berry High School athletes from the 1960's honored their former
            basketball coach Jerry Shelton. The dinner in Hill Dining Hall was a huge success, attended by
            over 100 people. After the tribute, a few of the men decided to create an organization to preserve
            the camaraderie of high school alumni and to work to preserve the history of the high schools.
            The Berry Breakfast Club was born.
            The 1952 Berry Basketball Team standing in front of The Blue Goose
            Left to Right: Charlie Underwood, A.C. Holbrook, J.W. Walker, Billy Thomason,
            Ike Coleman, Chester Hyers, Vance Parkerson, Josh Hutchinson, Oliver Welch,
            Sims Hawkins and C.H. Smith.
            Remember the Blue Goose?

            You are visitor number:

            Berry High School
            Class Reunion Photo Albums
            Berry Academy
            Class Reunion Photo Albums
            1968, 1969, 1970

            Visit our Message Board or Sign Our Guestbook

            John Bertrand
            Fred Loveday
            Torris Geraldson
            Gary McKnight
            Mary Todd Harrison
            Mabel Thompson
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            External Links
            A Tribute to the Faculty and Staff
            Mabel Thompson
            Mary Harrison
            Gary McKnight
            Torris Geraldson
            John Bertrand
            Fred Loveday
            This site is not affiliated with or sanctioned by Berry College. All opinions on this site are solely those of the webmaster.
            All Rights Reserved
            Established in
            Memory of
            Jimmy Fletcher
            Spearheaded by his friends
            and classmates, the
            R. Fletcher Memorial
            Endowed Scholarship
            been established at Berry
            College. Jimmy Fletcher,
            born with cerebral palsy,
            attended the Mount Berry
            School for Boys and was the
            class valedictorian in 1964.
            challenged his entire life,
            Jimmy never surrendered to
            his disability and inspired
            everyone who ever came to
            know him.

            When Jimmy passed away in
            February of 2010, a group of
            friends and classmates
            immediately began to search
            for a way to honor the
            memory of this unique
            individual. After numerous
            ideas were advanced, it was
            decided to raise money for
            an endowed scholarship that
            would honor Jimmy’s memory

            In April of 2010 a scholarship
            committee consisting of John
            Shahan (64H), Ernie Chou
            (66H), Bob Williams (62H)
            and Dale Cummings (66H)
            was formed. Stacey Spillers,
            Senior Advancement Officer
            at Berry, advised the group
            that Berry required a
            minimum of $25,000 in order
            to endow a scholarship. An
            immediate challenge gift of
            $10,000 from Ernie Chou
            started the campaign on its
            way and by July, the fund
            had grown to over $37,000
            cash in hand with another
            $6,000 that was pledged.

            The scholarship was
            awarded to a deserving
            student for the first time for
            the fall semester of 2010.
            Qualifications to receive the
            scholarship are:

            • The recipient’s
              demonstration of
              financial need.
            • The recipient
              maintaining a grade
              point average of 3.0 or
            • The recipient’s
              participation in the   
              on-campus student
              work program.
            • The recipient must
              have a permanent
              physical disability.

            Contributions to the
            scholarship fund are still
            being accepted and are
            encouraged. The larger that
            this endowed fund grows, the
            greater financial impact it
            can have on Berry students
            for years to come.
            You might be surprised
            at who you know
            *  *  *  News From Berry  *  *  *
            Mt. Berry School for Boys
            Hitchhiking from Rome
            Berry Academy
            Sports History
            Scores, Records and more
            Berry High School
            Mountain Day
            The Grand March
            The Story of Swofford
            Is it real or is it legend? Click on
            the cartoon to find out.
            The next meeting of the Berry Breakfast Club will be at the
            Landmark Restaurant in Rome on Saturday,
            March 14, 全民双色球19年最新版下载 at
            8:00 AM. All high school and Academy alumni are invited.
            Martha Berry
            Martha Berry
            The Berry Breakfast Club
            to order.
            Finally, the
            Book Is Here!
            Six Years in the
            Making, from
            Conception to
            Scholarship Established by Class of '64
            Other Classes Issued a Challenge
            The Class of 1964 has established the Berry High Schools and Academy Work
            Scholarship. The announcement was made at Alumni Weekend by Charles
            Downey at the 50-year reunion dinner of the Class of 1964. Over $21,000 has
            been collected and pledged for the scholarship and all other classes have been
            challenged to meet or exceed the gifts of the class of ’64.

            The scholarship fund needs a minimum of $25,000 in order to become an
            endowed scholarship and all high school alumni are encouraged to
            support this effort.

            The purpose of the Berry High Schools and Academy Work Scholarship is to help
            preserve and teach the rich history and heritage of the Berry high schools by
            assisting needy students in pursuing their education at Berry College. Read more
            about the qualifications of the scholarship recipients by
            clicking here.

            Click here to download the pledge form.

            Did You Miss Some Berry News?
            Click Here to see the news archive.
            Would you like to nominate someone for the
            Outstanding Faculty/Staff Award? If so, follow the
            link to download a nomination form and learn
            how to do it. It's easy!
            In Memoriam
            Nominations Now Being Accepted
            ",  St. John's is
            located across Lafayette Square, just north of the White House. Reverend Luis
            Leon was featured as the "Power Player of the Week" on the January 20, 2013
            edition of Fox News Sunday.
            or on Rev. Leon's photo to watch the
            video, which runs just over three and a half minutes.
            Berry Alumnus in the National Spotlight
            Dickie "Doc" Weller,
            class of 1962,
            passed away on
            January 28th. You
            can read his obituary
            clicking here.
            Renny Bryner, 61H, Inducted into
            Rome-Floyd Sports Hall of Fame
            Renny Bryner, ‘61H, was inducted into the Rome-Floyd Sports Hall of Fame in Rome, GA on Monday night,
            Feb. 25th. Renny led his Mount Berry School for Boys basketball team to two consecutive state tournament
            appearances in 1960 and 1961. Renny was named high school All-State in 1961 and he continued his
            education at Berry College. He was an all-conference baseball pitcher and he became the all-time leading
            scorer in Berry basketball history when he graduated in 1966. He was named as an NAIA All-American in
            1966. He is pictured here with his wife Judy. Renny and Judy reside in Blairsville, GA.

            Renny coached high school and college basketball for over 30 years. He is the only Berry high school
            graduate to ever become the head basketball coach at Berry College.
            Barry Mullis, class of
            1972 passed away
            suddenly on March
            15, 2019. You can
            read his obituary by
            clicking here.
            Valerie Hovey
            , class of
            1978, passed away
            on April 25, 2019. You
            can read her obituary
            clicking here.
            Alumni Weekend A Big Success
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